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Find the next three terms in the sequence 800, -400, 200, -100, ___, ___, ___

50, -25, 12.5

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In the figure name a line.

D

E

A

B

AC CA

C

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What is the converse of this statement?All brown dogs like to chase balls.

A) All dogs who like to chase balls are brown.B) Some white dogs like to chase balls.C) White dogs do not like to chase balls.D) Brown dogs like to chase cats.

A

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What are the coordinates of the midpoint of segment A(-3,3) and C(1,-2)

Midpoint (-1,1/2) or (-1, 0.5)

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Ray AB and AE are opposite rays. Ray AC and AF are opposite rays. Name three adjacent angles to angle DAE

B

C

A

F

Angles FAE, CAD, & BAD

E

D

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Find the measure of an angle that is supplementary to angle XQZ

140

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Find the value of x

47

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Line AG is perpendicular to line CE, line AC is perpendicular to line BF and the point B is the midpoint of line segment AC. Determine whether the statement is true or false.1) Angle 3 is an acute angle.2) Angles 2 and 3 are complementary.

1)False 2)False

9

Find the measures of angles 1, 2, and 3.

Angle 1 = 60 Angle 2 = 40 Angle 3 = 80

10

Find the measure of each numbered angle.

Angle 1 = 115 Angle 2 = 115 Angle 3 = 148 Angle 4 = 148

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Find x so that line l will be parallel to line m.

x = 10.25

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Find the value of x.

x = 27

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Identify the motion as a translation, reflection, or rotation.

Reflection

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Are the triangles congruent? If so, state the congruence theorem to explain why triangles are congruent.

Yes, SAS

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Are the triangles congruent? If so, state the congruence theorem to explain why triangles are congruent.

Yes, AAS

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In triangle DEF, DG, EH, and FI are medians. Find FG if GE = 8

FG = 8

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Tell whether the bold segment looks like an altitude, a perpendicular bisector, both, or neither.

Perpendicular bisector

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Find measure of angle ABC if segment BD is an angle bisector of angle ABC.

Angle ABC = 30

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Determine whether each pair of right triangles is congruent by LL, HA, LA, or HL. If it is not possible to prove that they are congruent, write not possible.

Not possible

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Find the value of w in the triangle. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary.

w = 17.9 mi

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Replace (?) with <,>, or = to make statement true.Angle CGD (?) Angle DGE

Angle CGD > Angle DGE

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Find the measure of angle U.

Angle U = 62

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List the sides in order from least to greatest measure.

NF, MF, MN

24

Find x.

x = 68

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In the figure, BD = 74 and AE = 29. Find EC

EC = 29

26

Determine whether the quadrilateral is a parallelogram.

Yes

27

Find AC, AD, and the measure of angle ABD.

AC = 24cm, AD = 14cm, and angle ABD = 59

28

Find the length of the median.

3.8 mi

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Solve the proportion:8/14 = 12/a

a = 21

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Determine whether each pair of polygons are similar.

Yes Angles are congruent 6/3 = 7/3.5

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Find the value of each variable.

x = 4/3 and y = 2

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Find the value of x

x = 15

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Determine whether line DE is parallel to line CB

no

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Find the value of x

x = 15

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The perimeter of triangle ABC is 24 feet. If triangle ABC is similar to triangle LMN and the scale factor of triangle ABC to triangle LMN is 2:3, find the perimeter of triangle LMN.

Perimeter of triangle LMN is 36 feet

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The measure of an exterior angle of a regular octagon is x+7. Find x and the measure of each exterior angle of the octogan.

X = 38 and each exterior angle is 45

37

The height of a trapezoid is 9 centimeters. The bases are 8 centimeters and 12 centimeters long. Find the area.

Area = 90 sq cm

38

Find the area of the regular polygon. If necessary, round to the nearest tenth.

Area = 16.5 sq m

39

Determine whether the figure has line symmetry. If it does, copy the figure and draw all lines of symmetry. If not, write no.

40

In circle P, angle 2 = angle 1, measure of angle 2 = 4x+35, measure of angle 1 = 9x+5, and segments BD and AC are diameters. Find measure of arc AB.

Measure of arc AB = 62

41

Find the length of a chord that is 5 inches from the center of a circle with a radius of 13 inches.

24 inches

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Use circle O to find x. Length of CD is 16 in and the radius is 10 in.

x = 6 in

43

Find the circumference of a circle with a radius of 34 mm. Round your answer to the nearest tenth.Use at least 3 decimal places for the value of pi.

213.6 mm

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In a circle with radius of 5 cm, find the area of a sector whose central angle is 10 degrees. Round to the nearest hundredth.

2.18 sq cm

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#3 rectangular prism #4 cylinder #5 tetrahedron or triangular pyramid or Cube / Cylinder / Pyramid

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Find the surface area of the solid. Round to nearest whole number.

Surface area = 471 sq cm

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Find the volume of the solid and round off to nearest tenth, if necessary.

Volume = 1200 cu cm

48

Find the lateral area of the regular pyramid. Round to the nearest hundredth, if necessary.

Lateral area = 192 sq ft

49

Find the volume of the solid. Round to nearest whole number.

Volume = 134 cu cm

50

Find the surface area of the solid. Round to the nearest hundredth, using pi = 22/7

Surface area = 314.29 sq cm

51

The objects are similar. Find the ratio of their volumes.

Ratio = 343 / 125

52

Find the length of a diagonal of a square with sides 10 inches long.

Length = 10√2 in

53

One side of an equilateral triangle measures 6 cm. Find the measure of an altitude of the triangle.

Altitude = 3√3

54

Find x to the nearest tenth.

x = 20 m

55

Write the x value in calculator ready form.

x = 75 sin(42) meters

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In circle Q, measure of angle ABC = 72 and measure of arc CD = 46. Find measure of arc AD.

Arc AD = 98

57

In circle P, find x. Assume segments that appear tangent are tangent.

x = 12

58

Find the measure of angle 1.

Angle 1 = 22

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In circle P, measure of angle A = 62 and measure of arc BD = 120. Find measure of angle E.

Angle E = 58

60

In circle P, CE = 6, CD = 16, and AB = 17. Find AE

AE = 12

61

Write the equation of a circle P based on the graph.

(x-1)2 + (y+3)2 = 16

62

What geometry tool do you use to measure an angle?

Protractor

63

In Burwell, Nebraska, the weather report said today’s high was 3 degrees Fahrenheit with a wind-chill factor of -10 degrees Fahrenheit. What is the measure of the difference between the two temperatures?

13 degrees

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8 units

65

Determine whether the statement is true or false. Explain your reasoning.“If line segment AB is congruent to line segment BC and line segment BC is congruent to line segment XY, then line segment AC is congruent to line segment XY.”

False – line segment AB is congruent to line segment XY

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Which quadrants do these points lie in: A(-2,2), B(4,-5), and C(-3, -1)

A in quadrant 2 B in quadrant 4 C in quadrant 3

67

Name the angle four ways.

1) Angle P 2) Angle 8 3) Angle OPQ 4) Angle QPO

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Classify angles as acute, obtuse, or right.1) angle JHI2) angle KHI3) angle MHI

1) Angle JHI is acute 2) Angle KHI is right 3) Angle MHI is obtuse

69

If measure of angle 3 = 45 and angle JLI = 20, then find the measure of angle ILK

Angle ILK = 65

70

Find the slope of the line.

Slope = 1/2

71

Classify triangle by its angles and by its sides.

By angles – right By sides -- scalene

72

Identify the polygon by its sides and state if its regular or not regular.

Octagon Not regular

73

Name two chords.

Chord AB Chord AD

74

Simplify. Leave in radical form.√5√30

5√6

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Solve by graphing.

76

Solve by the substitution method:4x – 3y = -1x + 1 = y

(x,y) = (2,3)

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Solve the system by elimination.x + y = 7x – y = 9

(x,y) = (8,-1)

78

Solve this equation for x.3(x-2) = x + 8

x = 7

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Simplify:x/3 + 2/5 =

(5x+6) / 15

80

Simplify:2/3 + 1/61/4 + 5/12

10/8 or 5/4 or 1 ¼

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Solve for variable x (x+1)/2 = 5/8

x = ¼ or 0.25